***TROPICAL ALERT*** Hurricane Sally (Tropical systems are going into 2020 mode) (1 Viewer)

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9/14: ADDING LINKS/MAPS TO bonnjer's ORIGINAL POST.

I'm adding key info to the original post to make it easier to find. I'll add more info as needed. ~primadox
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NHC Home
Tropical Weather Outlook
Atlantic Tropical Weather Discussion
Sally Public Advisory
Sally Forecast Advisory
Sally Forecast Discussion
Sally Wind Speed Probabilities
NWS Local Products for Sally
US Watches/Warnings for Sally
Key Messages for Sally


Other links:
NOAA Satellite Imagery (links to various looping images)
WWL Hurricane Central
Mike's Weather Page (lots of links and maps here)
College of DuPage (good site for model runs)
Tropics - wide view (from Hurricane Harbor) - click on the 5 day movie html5 link to animate.
NOAA - Local River Flood level predictions
Saints Report Hurricane Preparedness Tips thread





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NHC 1pm CDT Advisory:
Winds 80 mph
Pressure 982 mb
Moving 2mph NW
Apprx location 105 miles S of Mobile
 

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NHC 1pm CDT Advisory:
Winds 80 mph
Pressure 982 mb
Moving 2mph NW
Apprx location 105 miles S of Mobile
I know the models and NHC track show that it will move N and then NE, but it sure seems to be slowly wandering NW more than the models and NHC track show that it should.
 

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I know the models and NHC track show that it will move N and then NE, but it sure seems to be slowly wandering NW more than the models and NHC track show that it should.
I'm unsure why the NHC is still calling it NW movement -- if you zoom in close on the track, you can see that the eye moved due north from the 10 AM position.


Of course ... between the 7 AM and 10 AM positions, it moved due west :shrug: Maybe those two moves are averaged out?

Waiting for Sally to eventually get on skates and start moving. There's nothing out there to steer this thing? The last storm I can remember doing anything similar was 2017's Harvey doing that weird slo-mo loop NW of Victoria TX before returning to the Gulf (!).
 

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